Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign Records, 1980-1986 (S0454)

46.5 cubic feet

 Finding Aid

The Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign Records document the anti-nuclear movement that spread throughout the United States during the 1970s and 1980s as a result of the hostile relations between the United States and Russia. This collection includes correspondence, meeting minutes, publications, proposals, financial reports, and news clippings related to Freeze’s efforts in spreading a message of peace and a bilateral cessation of nuclear weapons manufacturing. Much of this collection is also focused on Freeze’s political involvement and their moves to elect representatives and a president in office that supported their cause.